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  • One Madison

    One Madison

    WEEKENDEDITION A full-floor residence at One Madison has sold for $11.75 million. and was the priciest sale of the week. [more]

  • From left: Rupert Murdoch and the penthouse at One Madison

    From left: Rupert Murdoch and the penthouse at One Madison Park

    Media titan Rupert Murdoch is in contract to buy residential condominium One Madison’s top four floors for $57.25 million. [more]

  • 36-East-23rd-Street

    East 23rd Street between Madison and Park avenues

    The Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership is launching free public wireless network projects in an effort to draw high-profile tenants to East 23rd Street between Third and Sixth avenues.

    Related Companies’ One Madison is slated for completion by the spring, which would result in the removal of scaffolding that currently covers the stretch. But there are at least six ground-floor vacancies in that stretch that the Business Improvement District is campaigning to fill soon. [more]

  • From left: Peter Buffett, the apartment at One Madison and Warren Buffett

    From left: Peter Buffett, the apartment at One Madison and Warren Buffett

    An apartment at the Related Companies’ One Madison that once belonged to Warren Buffett’s son has hit the market asking $5.95 million. [more]

  • From left: Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen and One Madison Park

    From left: Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen and One Madison Park

    Supermodel Gisele Bundchen and her New England Patriots quarterback hubby Tom Brady have bought a $14 million nest in the Related Companies and HFZ Capital’s One Madison (formerly One Madison Park). [more]

  • Inside One Madison’s $50M penthouse

    October 19, 2013 06:00PM

    From left: One Madison, the penthouse’s great room and a view from the penthouse

    Since hitting the market last month, the penthouse of the Related Companies and HFZ Capital’s One Madison has proven to be everything you’d expect from a $50 million apartment sitting 600 feet above Madison Square Park. The triplex, which recently attracted the attention of fashion mogul Vera Wang, boasts 6,850 square feet with stunning cityscape views throughout. [more]

  • 23 East 22nd Street

    23 East 22nd Street

    The first resale unit at the Related Companies and HFZ Capital’s One Madison condominium tower has hit the market, decked out with columns, glittery red chandeliers with fake candles and a $9.75 million price tag. [more]

  • Vera Wang and the One Madison Park triplex penthouse

    Vera Wang and the One Madison Park triplex penthouse

    Business must be booming for Vera Wang. The fashion mogul recently toured the $50 million triplex penthouse at Related Companies’ and HFZ Capital Group’s One Madison Park. [more]

  • 10 Madison Square West, Kate Upton, and One Madison Park

    From left: 10 Madison Square West, Kate Upton and One Madison Park

    Love may soon bring supermodel Kate Upton to Manhattan. The 21-year-old beauty currently calls Florida home, but has been spotted hunting for apartments in the Flatiron District in order to be closer to her boyfriend, ballroom dance champion Maksim Chmerkovskiy. [more]

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    Michele Kleier and One Madison Park rendering

    Related’s One Madison Park is on the market at last and prices at the redeveloped glass tower start at nearly $2 million and soar to $50 million.

    The building, in the Flatiron District will have 53 apartments. A studio will cost $1.83 million and a 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom triplex penthouse tops out at $50 million. Above the lobby, there will be two 4,000-square-foot townhouses, which will be listed for $8.85 million to $10.85 million. [more]

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  • From left: Leonardo DiCaprio, One Madison Park, Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen

    From left: Leonardo DiCaprio, One Madison Park, Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen

    Related’s One Madison Park, where both Leonardo DiCaprio and former gal pal Gisele Bundchen might land, is officially opening a sales office in the building after Labor Day, the New York Post reported. [more]

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  • 737-park-avenue

    737 Park Avenue lobby (Credit: StreetEasy)

    Sales no longer in sight for 50-story condo tower One Madison Park. “E.T.” screenwriter lists Zen-inspired Malibu home for nearly $10 million. Model units ready at 737 Park Avenue condo conversion. Former Ackman-Ziff Real Estate principal joins CBRE as senior debt specialist. The first of the upcoming Pearl Street townhouses in Dumbo asks $4.1 million. Read these stories and more after the jump.

  • From left: McDonald’s CEO Donald Thompson, 26 East 23rd Street, One Madison Park

    McDonald’s inked a 99-year lease for a two-story building next to luxury condominium tower One Madison Park, capping years of legal turmoil for the fast food chain that has fought to return to a block it left in 2005. [more]

  • Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen

    Supermodel Gisele Bündchen and her husband Tom Brady (or, depending where your interests lie, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele Bundchen) are back on the prowl for a Manhattan apartment, according to the New York Post. The glamorous couple recently checked out an $11 million, three-bedroom condominium at One Madison Park.  [more]

  • David Lipman and the exterior of One Madison Park

    A lawsuit over a deposit involving branding guru David Lipman and Related Companies’ One Madison Park has been resolved, Curbed reported. Lipman intended to sell two fifteenth floor apartments in the Flatiron District building to David and Marcia Kaplan for around $6.5 million. But after lengthy legal wrangling at the building, buyers’ were allowed to take back their deposits, though the Kaplans never received theirs.  [more]

  • One Madison Park

    An additional unit at long-stalled condominium One Madison Park has hit the market, but as a rental, Curbed reported. The two-bedroom unit, #33A, is asking $12,000 per month, and is available furnished, for a period of six months, Curbed said. This apartment joins the one other rental unit available in the the 50-story tower at 23 East 22nd Street, #33B, its neighbor, which is asking similar rent. [more]

  • One Madison Park is delayed — again

    August 10, 2012 03:30PM

    One Madison Park

    With so little inventory and a seemingly increased number of deep-pocketed home-hunters in Manhattan, the market conditions are ripe for new luxury condominiums. According to the New York Times, that’s rewarding developers who displayed patience during the downturn. But those eagerly awaiting the relaunch of HFZ and Related Companies’ One Madison Park will also have to show patience. [more]

  • From left: Peter Buffett, One Madison Park and Buffett's unit

    Related Companies’ takeover of One Madison Park appears to be benefiting buyers who purchased into the building. According to the New York Post, Emmy winner and composer Peter Buffett, son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett, sold the 1,962-square-foot three-bedroom condominium on the 18th floor for $4.25 million — despite listing it for $150,000 less and buying it three years earlier for $3.56 million. [more]

  • From left: the unit at One Madison Park and Peter Buffet

    Peter Buffet’s One Madison Park pad has gone into contract for an unknown amount of money, Curbed reported. Buffet, the son of billionaire Warren Buffet, listed the three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment on the 18th floor in early March for $4.1 million, Curbed said. [more]

  • From left: Ziel Feldman, managing principal at HFZ Capital, One Madison Park and Stephen Ross, chairman of Related

    Related Companies has reached a deal to settle most of the outstanding claims — estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars — in the ongoing legal drama at the One Madison Park condominium and expects to relaunch sales late this year, The Real Deal has learned.

    The settlements, which include $6.75 million in unsecured claims and several million in additional claims, will allow Related to complete construction at the site and resolve a number of outstanding title disputes at the property, at 23 East 22nd Street, which would allow the developer to put most of the unsold inventory back on the market. [more]